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Socialworkmag 2015, 4(1): 24-29 Back to browse issues page
The Comparison of Resiliency and Coping Strategies in Individuals with Drug Addiction and Normal
Hadi Molaei Yasavoli1, Mansour Abdi2
1- Semnan University
2- Arak University
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Introduction: This study has been done to compare resiliency and coping strategies in addicted individuals to drug and non-addicted people.
Methodology: This study is descriptive and casual-comparative. Sampling population was all people who lived in Arak city in 1393. In this case, 94 participants who were addicted and referred to addiction treatment centers were selected randomly. Ninety-four subjects who were their relatives were selected as a normal group. Samples were matched based on age, sex and income Then resiliency scale and coping strategies endless, Parker completed. Data were analyzed using MANOVA.
Results: Results showed that there is a significant difference between addicted and non-addicted people in resiliency and coping strategies. But there isn’t a meaningful difference between the two groups in appraisal-focused and emotion-focused.
Conclusions: Regard to that increased resiliency and using problem-focused strategies decrease temptation of using drug suggested that improve resiliency and train problem-focused strategy to addicted individuals.

Keywords: Resiliency, Coping Strategies, Drug Addiction
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2015/01/20 | Accepted: 2015/12/5 | Published: 2015/12/5
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Molaei Yasavoli H, Abdi M. The Comparison of Resiliency and Coping Strategies in Individuals with Drug Addiction and Normal. Socialworkmag. 2015; 4 (1) :24-29
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